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Webinar Taxation of Private Equity Funds in 2017

axation (and its avoidance) is a key issue for private equity executives, and in this webinar our corporate taxation specialists will discuss all the latest legal changes you need to be aware of to advise your PE clients on the topic.
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Why you should buy Webinar Taxation of Private Equity Funds in 2017

Taxation (and its avoidance) is a key issue for private equity executives, and in this webinar our corporate taxation specialists will discuss all the latest legal changes you need to be aware of to advise your PE clients on the topic. Discussion points will include:

Designation of limited partnerships as Private Fund Limited Partnerships.
Changes in the Finance Bill 2017, including clarification of tax treatment for partnerships.
The tax treatment of an employee acquiring an interest in a private equity fund.
The taxation of returns form carried interest for the management team.
The disguised investment management fee rules.
The income-based carried interest (IBCI) rules.
The taxation of investors in a typical private equity fund.
VAT issues arising in respect of private equity funds.
The application of stamp duty and stamp duty reserve tax to the transfer of interests in private equity partnerships.
Please note that this agenda is provisional, and is subject to change.

Viewing this webinar will help solicitors to meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of solicitor competence:
A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge.
A4 - Draw on detailed knowledge/understanding.
For further details on the Statement of solicitor competence, visit the SRA website.

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